Very heavy rain caused major flash flooding over the weekend in Maryland. Over 100 people had to be rescued from the high water in Ellicott City, just west of Baltimore.
The area received nearly 6 inches of rain in just 2 hours Saturday. Two people have died due to the high water.
Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan, has declared a state of emergency for residents victimized by the flash flooding.
Meteorologist Jon Haverfield has a look at some of the devastation from that area and shares some helpful tips when dealing with flash flooding in the video above.
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